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fallout3One of the biggest hits of 2008, Fallout 3 has seen high praise for their Downloadable Content, and this praise will soon come from the mouths of Sony fans as DLC hits the currently excluded PS3.

Bethesda have stated, “We have been working on implementing it for a while and look forward to bringing it to PS3 gamers via the PlayStation Network.  Operation: Anchorage will be released for PS3 in late June, followed by the release of The Pitt and Broken Steel 4-6 weeks apart.”

As well as this Playstation revelation, Bethesda also have additional DLC in the pipeline with two announcements across all platforms.

· Point Lookout – Explore a massive new swampland area filled with new quests and content.

· Mothership Zeta – The aliens have returned, and they’re pissed. Experience an alien abduction first hand and find out if you’re tough enough to survive.

Point Lookout will be available in late June for Xbox 360 and PC. Cost will be 800 points or $9.99. It will be available through Xbox Live and Games for Windows Live and through token cards available at retail. Point Lookout will be available on PS3 after the first three DLCs have been released.

Mothership Zeta is scheduled for release in late July for Xbox 360 and PC. Cost will be 800 points or $9.99. It will be available through Xbox Live and Games for Windows Live and through token cards available at retail. Mothership Zeta will be available on PS3 after Point Lookout.

And if all that wasn’t enough, there are also plans to release for the PC and 360 two seperate add-on packs, one of which containing The Pitt and Operation: Anchorage and the other containing Broken Steel and Point Lookout. But don’t be fooled into thinking that is all, as October will also see the release, across all platforms, of a Game of the Year Edition containing all five add-ons.

  1. I will be purchasing at least some of these for my PS3.

  2. And I thought that “Point Lookout” was just a silly rumor.

    More DLC = Happy Face

  3. Good. Hopefully we can see more exclusivity perish.

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